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Mount Sinai Says Grape Seed Component Fights Alzheimer's

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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Mount Sinai Says Grape Seed Component Fights Alzheimer's

Pholyphenols, a natural occurring antioxidant found in Grape Seeds, fight and in some cases may help prevent the development of Alzeihmer's, according to researchers from the Mount Sinai Medical School who studied the effects of Polyphenols on Neurotoxins in the brain.

The results from the recent study suggest that targeting Neurotoxins in the brain at an early stage stage in patients suffering Alzheimer's disease "holds significant promise."

Grape Seeds Fight Alzeihmer's
As emphasized by researchers, the press release published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease's website highlights the apparent need to find a way to identify the biomarker to "pinpoint" who is at risk so they can be treated early.

HNS recommends taking one to two capsules a of grape seed extract standardized to 95% Polyphenols, daily.

Read the press release here.

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